Reporter’s notebook: Pastor named ambassador president

Dr. Frank Sherman wears many hats.

He serves as pastor of Westminster Presbyterian Church and teaches philosophy at Clovis Community College as an adjunct professor. His free-time endeavors include volunteering as chaplain for the Clovis Police and Fire Departments and serving since 1989 as a Chamber Ambassador for the Clovis/Curry Chamber of Commerce.

Sherman recently added an additional chapeau to the figurative hat tree of his life.

The civic-minded pastor was installed as president of the National Association of Chamber Ambassadors, a group of which he has been a member for the past eight years. The purpose of the N.A.C.A. is to assist the Chamber of Commerce in establishing Ambassador groups and strengthen existing groups by providing educational materials and information. As an ambassador, Sherman attends ribbon cuttings and greets distinguished guests to Curry County.

“It is a good networking tool,” he said, “and a great way to exchange ideas which benefit the community.”

Reporter’s notebook was compiled by CNJ staff writer Tonya Garner. Suggested items may be mailed to managing editor Rick White at P.O. Box 1689, Clovis 88102. The e-mail address is: